Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/theArchitectsNapkin/archive/2014/03/05/what-does-antifragility-mean.aspxThe notion of Antifragility has hit the software community, it seems. Russ Miles has posted a couple of small articles on it in his blog, asking what it could mean for software development – but also listing a couple of ingrediences he thinks are needed. I´ve read the canonical book on antifragility by Nassim Taleb, too. And I second Russ´ description: Antifragile software is software “that thrives on the unknown and change”. But still… what does it mean? “To thrive on the unknown and change” to me is too fuzzy
for me to help me in my day to day work. Thus I cannot even judge if Russ is right when he says, micro services help to implement Antifragility. That´s why I want to share some thoughts on the topic here. Maybe writing about it helps to clarify the issue for myself – at least ;-) Is Antifragility something to strive for? To me that´s a definite Yes. Yes, I want my software to be antifragile. Clearly software should not be brittle/fragile. That´s why there exists a canonical non-functional requirement called robustness. But antifragility goes beyond that. Software...(Read whole news on source site)
If you are one of those Google Adsense publisher from India and waiting for the EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer) or Direct fund transfer for your Google Adsense account. Here’s the good news. Google has officially announced it in the Google product forum which can found here. As per the announcement, the publishers have enable the...
India Gamers Community it’s hosting a webinar on the topic “Unity3D beginner series and Meet the Star Publisher” on March 6, 2014 between 3 PM – 4 PM (IST). What is India... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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